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Webinar "From the Shore to the Dry Land - The Caribbean Experience"

Date

Friday, January 18, 2019

Time

11:00 AM America/New_York

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Agenda

Through this webinar, the Executive for the Latin America and Caribbean office of Global Ministries will invite the whole church to acknowledge the outcomes and missional challenges from the promotion and execution of the Caribbean Initiative (CI) throughout this past year and a half.  The presenter will cover the overall experience of education, advocacy, and support of our partner churches and organizations in Cuba, Haiti, the Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Puerto Rico, Venezuela, and Colombia.  Regarding the experience of the Initiative, the Area Executive reflected: “Our goal will be to share some “testimonios” of the work of the Caribbean Initiative through this period.  It has been exciting and challenging for us to witness the way our partners put their own bodies, their own circumstances, and their own realities into their commitment to the Gospel and sharing of the Good News.  How can we put our own bodies at stake in talking about commitment, ministry, and mission for the sake of justice, peace, hope, and the fullness of life?”  

Presenter

Angel L. Rivera-Agosto

The Reverend Angel L. Rivera Agosto serves as the Executive for the Latin America and Caribbean office of Global Ministries. He has served at the Puerto Rico Council of Churches, the Latin American Council of Churches (CLAI) and the World Council of Churches. He also previously served as a Mission Co-worker in Ecuador.